The ability to recreate is man’s greatest quality. Many things we use in the world today are the improved version of what was used a few years back. This came as a result of the advancement in technology and globalization. Nowadays, even the simplest things can be turned into something special and complex things restored to a better version, like this Craftsman workbench.
Being a Harry Potter series fan, I can say that this DIY wand hits a soft spot for me. And with Halloween just around the corner, this would really make for an awesome fugitive-in-muggle-world costume for this year’s party.
Ok guys, Halloween will soon be here and this one is not for the squeamish. Or arachnophobes. Seriously.
Building something with your own hands brings you a lot of satisfaction. It’s not always easy, but it’s worth it. This bench for example is easier to make than you think. Let me show you how.
Sometimes you’ll find real treasures looking around in your grandpa’s stuff. Like this little bad boy. This little knife is around 100 years old and leaving it like this ain’t gonna cut it.
Restoring furniture pieces like this cabinet is my thing. Not only do you get to give new life to a piece, you can also make it unique and help the planet by recycling. Just like this.
I love birds, so I decided that this weekend’s project should be a birdhouse. It’s really easy to make and rewarding too. You just need a few hours, some dry twigs and a few wine corks to start and you’ll find below the way to do it.
We all know how generic and boring those knobs that come with the cabinets are. They can really ruin the aspect of a nice cabinet or drawer. Or they can elevate a boring cabinet or drawer. I found a way to make a pair of knobs that really make my cabinet doors stand out. Let me show you how.
The sunburst mirror is a truly remarkable interior design element. It started taking shape hundreds of years ago and reached an all-time high in popularity in the ‘40s Hollywood era. It still is an attractive wall piece today and the prices range from hundreds to thousands of dollars. But I have a better idea. Let’s make one.
I don’t know about you, but I have A LOT of picture frames around the house. Old, new, modern, vintage, you name it. But sometimes those old ones need a quick update, you know? Read on and I’ll show you a quick and easy fix you can also do for an old frame I found lying around.